The only West Australian program that offers independent patient device choice, across all the world’s manufacturers.
Can you believe that only a little more than 8% of those that need a cochlear implant actually get one? At Ear Science Implant Clinic, we are committed to increasing this number. With 4 locations we are the largest private hearing implant program in Western Australia, we offer a highly skilled team of audiologists and surgeons caring for over 1,300 implant recipients and this number continues to grow each year.
Our implant program is the largest and longest standing in Western Australia, with a team of audiologists and surgeons caring for 1,300 implant recipients and this number continues to grow.
The Ear Science Implant Clinic has become the largest hearing implant program in Western Australia, changing the lives of more than 120 West Australians each year.
The quality clinical outcomes are achieved by combining research and the latest technology with a multidisciplinary team of Perth’s leading ear surgeons and experienced implant Audiologists working alongside neurologists, radiologists, and psychologists. To ensure that every client and their family are supported through their implant journey we have a dedicated Implant Coordinator to guide and support each person through their individualised hearing implant journey, where clients can choose their surgeon, choose their implant and choose their timing, there is no waiting around.
Hearing implant journeys
“I have found the bone anchored hearing aid truly life changing; it has profoundly altered my self-perception and allowed me to do so much more. I would strongly encourage anybody thinking about a bone anchored hearing aid to have the trial band fitted and take it from there.”
“After switch on, the feeling was brilliant. Being able to hear things from all directions was a new sensation. Hearing the seatbelt slide over my shoulder was something that I had never heard before. It was the little, subtle things that made the biggest impact. The advice I would give to someone considering a BAHA implant is to do your research and speak to other recipients. There is a mentor program in place to assist people with their decisions by speaking to previous recipients. If the good outcomes outweigh the bad, do not hesitate, in my opinion; it is well worth the journey.”
“I had never heard water, splashing, underwater…anything. But that sound when you go under, it’s unreal. I almost cried.”
“Professor Atlas has been wonderful with such a commitment to giving the gift of hearing and creating the Ear Science Institute. He said my surgery went well. He and his team noting Ms Steffanie Cowan were very thorough in their assessments and gave me information that I have never bern given in nearly fourteen years.”
Anne Marie Lopez
“It’s made a big difference and it’s changed my life in big ways.”